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    An_251677 posted:
    I have been having a problem with binge drinking for a while and have decided to stop and get my life back on line. i am eating better,and exercising but the problem that i starting having are lower back pain that is not that bad but I am all so having blood in my stool. can only one tell me what this could be? thank you much!
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    smillsbc responded:
    You need to get a colonoscopy done right away. Blood in the stool is not a good sign. Talk to your doctor about your symptoms so he can schedule testing right away.
     
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    CaBikerider replied to smillsbc's response:
    Get this done asap. I noticed blood in my stool almost a year before I got anything done. It would come and go then after about a year, it was permanent. When mine was finally detected, it had spread to the lymph nodes and later to the liver. I am managing ok but if I had only had it checked at the start......


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